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Cooper Tire & Rubber Names Christopher Eperjesy CFO - Quick Facts

Cooper Tire & Rubber Company (CTB) announced that Christopher Eperjesy will join the company as Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, effective Dec. 10. He joins Cooper from The IMAGINE Group, where he served as Chief Financial Officer. Eperjesy will succeed Ginger Jones.

Previously, Eperjesy was Chief Financial Officer for Arctic Cat, Inc., and served as Chief Financial Officer for more than a decade with Twin Disc, Inc. Earlier in his career, Eperjesy held finance leadership positions with Kmart Corp. and Chrysler Corp./DaimlerChrysler AG.

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